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Old 11-15-2004, 03:32 PM   #601
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I did the breakfast pizza that I did awhile back again but I made it with ham instead of the sausage links.
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I did the breakfast pizza that I did awhile back again but I made it with ham instead of the sausage links.
sounds good!... I'm leaning on eggs for supper.
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Old 11-15-2004, 03:57 PM   #603
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I'm planning on eggs later this week for dinner. It's what we talked about last week, Juliev, DH doesn't like it so I enjoy when he's not around! I'm looking forward to it. Not sure how I'll prepare them yet. I'll definitely make some hash browns though. Mmmmm.
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Old 11-15-2004, 04:30 PM   #604
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I got an ambitious nudge from where I know not, so I made my grandmother's recipe for waffles, and they were wonderfull. I also had a piece of grilled ham, and REAL Canadian maple syrup and cups of coffee. Still drooling. I shall have the leftover cold waffles with butter and gjetøst with coffee for lunch....
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You got ME drooling.
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Old 11-15-2004, 04:40 PM   #606
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You got ME drooling.
Thanks for commenting wasabi, my grandmother's recipe is the greatest. However, I do alter it a bit, I use 2/3 regular flour and 1/3 whole wheat. Makes them a little heavier, but still wonderful. Also she would use bacon grease, I use vegetable oil.
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Sounds like a wonderful breakfast, norgeskog! By the way, what is "gjetøst"?
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Old 11-15-2004, 04:51 PM   #608
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Sounds like a wonderful breakfast, norgeskog! By the way, what is "gjetøst"?
Gjetøst is Norwegian goat cheese which is carmelized and has a sweet pungent taste, and a warm brown color from the carmelizing. What we get here in the states is 1/2 cows milk. The 100%goat is too strong even for my taste and I was weened on the stuff. The markets carry it, named Ski Queen in a little red box.
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Old 11-15-2004, 05:51 PM   #609
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What was for breakfast today?

Half of a banana with 1/2 c. Uncle Sam cereal and 1/2 c. bran flakes with milk to eat. Orange juice and coffee to drink. Mmm...
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Old 11-15-2004, 06:49 PM   #610
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A fantastic, all time favorite breakfast I had here in Eugene when I first moved back to Oregon was a version of Eggs Benedict - using smoked salmon instead of Canadian Bacon (please my Canuk friends, do not be offended I love Canadian Bacon, this is a nice change of pace) and it was wonderful. Forgot where I had it and it is driving me nuts. Guess I will have to make it myself. I also am waiting for blood oranges to come to the stores to use them instead of lemons. Just had to vent, thanks.
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